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Getting control with the revocable trust

A revocable trust, some like to say, is the savvy person’s alternative to a will. Like a will, you can change it as often as you like, adding or removing beneficiaries or assets at any time. By funding a revocable trust, you set assets for a quick-release when you...

What happens if you die without a will in Minnesota?

Drafting a will is the least complicated and thoughtful way to make sure your possessions are passed along according to your wishes. Dying without a valid will in place means the Minnesota court system will decide who inherits your assets. The state’s intestate...